Dr. Diane Gromala will be part of a panel discussing arthritis management in a digital world at the W2 Media Café, 111 West Hastings Street, Vancouver on Tuesday, October 16.
The rapid growth of digital media has provided tremendous opportunities to access health care when and where it is needed. From social networking tools and interactive websites, to animations and virtual realities, online and mobile technologies can improve access to treatment and support for people of all ages living with arthritis. Learn the latest from clinicians and researchers at BC Childrens Hospital, the Centre for Digital Media, the University of British Columbia and the Arthritis Research Centre of Canada.
Other panel members are Dr. Lori Tucker, Dr. Linda Li and Dr. Anne Townsend. The cafe starts at 6 p.m. and is free. If you cant attend in person, you can still be there digitally; just go to http://www.livestream.com/w2media.
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